A made for DVD documentary on the '50s late-night TV hostess, Maila Murmi, who is mostly remembered for her appearance in Ed Wood's "Plan 9 From Outer Space." Topics: movie trailers, documentaries, Maila Murmi (Vampira), direct to DVD
Theatrical trailer for Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 film Vertigo, about complications that arise when a retired San Francisco police detective is asked by a friend to track the latter's wife's movements. Externals links: IMDB page American Film Institute entry Wikipedia entry Noir of the Week review Topics: James Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes, Alfred Hitchcock, San Francisco, drama, film noir
Synopsis In Italy, for thirty odd years, the image has been controlled by one man. TV-magnate and Presidente Silvio Berlusconi has influenced the content of commercial television in a way never before done in Italy. Silvio Berlusconi has created the perfect system of politics and entertainment. His major television channels, which are known for their overuse of half naked women, seen by many as an expression of his own taste and personality. In Videocracy, Italian-born director Erik Gandini... Topics: Videocracy (2009), Erik Gandini
Also known as "Stazione Termini". Great Italian melodrama by neorealism masterpeice maker Vittorio de Sica starring two major American actors, Jennifer Jones and Monty Clift. A very young "Dick" Beymer makes his film debut.as a teenager. also appear Gino Cervi and Paolo Stoppa, two Iatlian favourites of the time. More info onhttp://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046366/ Topics: Terminal, station, Vittorio, de, Sica, Montgomery, Clift, Jennifer, Jones, Richard, Beymer, Paollo,...